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Relief as East let off the hook

FREEDOM: City councillor David East

and Coastal-Burwood Community

Board deputy chairman Tim Sintes

(inset) are happy to see the code

of conduct complaint saga come to

an end. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Louis Day

A DECISION to let city

councillor David East off the

hook after he made allegations

council staff had tampered with

the District Plan has been met

with relief.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board deputy chairman Tim

Sintes said he is happy the ordeal

is now over for Cr East.

“I’m very pleased the

allegation against (David) has

been dropped. It has been a

long, drawn-out experience for

everyone, so obviously it’s a step

forward and hopefully we can

start afresh,” he said.

“It’s unfortunate it had to

get to that and I’m glad it’s all

over.”

Mr Sintes, along with Cr

East, Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

member Darrell Latham and

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

alleged city council staff had

omitted a clause which gives

leeway to people in specific

coastal areas, deemed at risk of

flooding, to build and extend

homes.

•Turn to page 5

No Money

for board

as her five

grandkids

take priority

• By Matt Slaughter

FAMILY commitments have led

to Kim Money deciding not to run

again for the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board.

Ms Money said she has

contributed 40-60 hours a week

as chairwoman but now it is

time to concentrate on her five

grandchildren.

“It has been a hard call, but a very

considered decision, and not one

that I have taken lightly. This role

and the responsibilities that come

with it have consumed a huge part

of my life and I have made many

personal sacrifices to do so.”

She said she is at a stage in her

life when her family has to come

first.

“I need to take some time to

re-prioritise a few things. One of

those priorities is to spend more

time with my family. Three years

ago, I had one grandchild, I now

have five.”

In spite of leaving the community

board, she said she will continue to

contribute her expertise to issues

affecting the Coastal and Burwood

wards.

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Idea to revitalise mall

• By Matt Slaughter

A COASTAL Ward city council

candidate has an idea he thinks

could revitalise New Brighton

Pedestrian Mall.

But, it could cost ratepayers

$20 million.

Medical supplies salesman

Kelly Barber, who is running

against David East for the

Coastal Ward seat says the city

council should buy a section of

the east side of New Brighton

mall off landowners and

revitalise it themselves.

Business owners in the mall

and the New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association say

the idea sounds good on paper,

but are concerned with the

impact this could have.

Karma Free Cafe owner Elena

Bushnell’s business sits at the

east side of the mall.

She said she would support

Mr Barber’s idea if it meant her

business would stay in the mall,

but would be “angry” it was

forced to move.

“I have no idea if they [the city

council] would keep us or what

they would do with us, I don’t

know.

“We just bought this business

recently so we have quite a bit

of debt to pay . . . so if we will be

REVITALISATION: City council candidate Kelly Barber wants

the city council to purchase a section of the east end of New

Brighton Mall and revitalise it.

taken out, then definitely we will

be angry.”

New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association

chairwoman Rebbeca Tavete

said the idea was not as simple

as it sounded, but she would

support it if Mr Barber could

find a way to make it happen.

“A collective purchase would

be great if there’s the money

and the investment can be

supported.

“It sounds good doesn’t it, but

how realistic is that approach

and what would that mean in

terms of timing and working

with all the different landlords

to make the purchase possible?”

Said Mr Barber: “I’m talking

about the eastern end of the

mall, so as much as possible of

the eastern end of the mall to

enable somebody to perhaps

build a mall or to have some

kind of like coherent sort of plan

enacted because at the moment I

think the situation is a bit dire.

“Even if it’s to purchase the

land of the people who are

not interested in moving New

Brighton mall forward . . . even

if it took them out of play by

compensating them for the land

and purchasing it off them.”

Mr Barber said he had

researched the idea and said he

believed it would be possible

under the city council’s Greater

Christchurch Regeneration Act

2016.

He estimated it would cost

the city council $20 million to

purchase the amount of land he

was proposing.

Mr Barber said he had doorknocked

about 1000 properties

in the Coastal Ward since his

election campaign began and

about 80 per cent of people

he had spoken to had said the

revitalisation of New Brighton

Mall should be a priority for the

city council.

When asked if they would

support Mr Barber’s proposal,

both the city council and

Development Christchurch Ltd

did not comment before the

Pegasus Post deadline.

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Pegasus Post reported last month

the board was considering

extending a traffic island just

down from an entrance to prevent

drivers from being able to make

the turn, but it was decided this

would be more dangerous than

keeping it.

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Questions raised

over length

of stopbank

• By Matt Slaughter

THE PLANNED length of

a stopbank to be installed in

South New Brighton has been

questioned.

The bund is set to be installed

as part of a project to extend

stopbanks south of Bridge St in

South New Brighton to reduce

the impact of tidal flooding for

more than 500 properties near the

estuary.

Coastal Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

said the bund will not extend far

enough to protect a part of South

New Brighton School, which she

and the board believe will be

prone to flooding.

“[City council] staff have said

that this is the best way forward

and that the report that they got

back said that the areas where the

school are didn’t need protecting

given a modelling for a 50-year

flood said that the school wasn’t

in danger.

She said the community board

had asked city council staff to

reconsider this.

The project to protect

properties in South New

Brighton from flooding began

last month.

More support for intersection upgrade

Wheelchair

users’ convince

board to act

• By Matt Slaughter

THE MAIREHAU and

Burwood Rds intersection

needs to be made safer for

wheelchair users sooner, says

the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board.

The board has requested the

city council improve safety

measures at the intersection as

soon as possible, rather than

in 2023 when $1.3 million is

budgeted for the project.

Pegasus Post reported in June

on inexperienced wheelchair

users from Burwood Hospital’s

spinal unit being put in danger

when trying to cross the road to

get to the nearby shops.

A site meeting was held

last month at the intersection

between the community

board, city council staff and

representatives from the New

Zealand Spinal Trust, New

Zealand Transport Agency and

Canterbury District Health

Board.

Community board

chairwoman Kim Money,

who has had a spinal injury

SAFETY PUSH: New Zealand Spinal Trust representatives

Hans Wouters (left) and Brett Ladbrook have been calling

for safety improvements at the Mairehau and Burwood Rds

intersection. ​

herself, said the risks wheelchair

users face when crossing the

intersection are clear.

“When this is brought to

your attention . . . you just see

that these members of our

community really need our

help here to prioritise this. If

their first venture out in their

wheelchair onto the street is

in this area to perhaps go over

to the little dairy . . . if there’s

anything that we can do to make

that first venture out a safe one

and take the stress out of it, we

need to do that.”

New Zealand Spinal Trust

chief executive Hans Wouters

said the community board

formalising a request to

complete the intersection safety

improvements sooner is another

good step towards making this

happen.

“The New Zealand Spinal

Trust has been very pleased with

the consultation process and

believe we were well listened to.

Clearly the community board’s

decision is good evidence of that

and we’re pleased again at this

positive progress.”

The spinal trust’s preferred

option to improve safety is for

traffic lights to replace the four

traffic islands and roundabout

currently at the intersection,

which are hard for wheelchair

users to navigate.

Mr Wouters has not heard

back from the city council as to

whether this will happen, but

hopes it would.

The city council could not

say yet if funding for the

intersection improvements will

be made available sooner, when

it will decide if they will happen,

or if traffic lights would be

chosen as the safest option.

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HAVE YOUR SAY: Do you think the complaint

against David East should have been dropped?

Email your views to matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi

Complaint against

East dropped

•From page 1

The three community board

members were cleared of their

code of conduct complaints last

month. Cr East was not and

remained in negotiations with

the city council until last Tuesday

when he felt they had reached a

stalemate.

Cr East withdrew from the

code of conduct complaints

which arose from his outspoken

comments and the city council

decided not to pursue the matter

further following an almost yearlong

battle.

Cr East apologised for his

claims in a city council meeting in

November after it was discovered

the clause had never existed.

However, the city council

wanted him to make a personal

apology to the staff who he

claimed had tampered with

the District Plan. Cr East said

he considered it but in the end

decided against it.

A council spokeswoman said

East had agreed to apologise in

person to staff but withdrew from

the process. City council general

manager of corporate services

Leonie Rae was disappointed by

Cr East’s withdrawal.

“I really felt that we had almost

got there. Cr East was to make a

personal apology to staff for the

allegations he made against them.

“Given that the complaint

cannot be resolved by agreement,

I have discussed the matter with

the mayor (Lianne Dalziel) and

we have accepted there is no point

continuing to take the complaint

any further.”

Cr East felt the situation could

have been handled better by Ms

Dalziel and former city council

chief executive Karleen Edwards,

considering he had already made

an apology. “The previous chief

executive was very determined in

the protection of her staff and was

unrelenting in wanting another

and fuller apology, the mayor has

followed her lead but has not been

as dogmatic as the previous chief

executive,” he said.

The allegations made by

Cr East and the community

board members led to Greater

Christchurch Regeneration

Minister Megan Woods approving

the city council’s proposal to

amend the District Plan. But

an audit commissioned by the

city council by Environment

Canterbury councillor Peter

Skelton found there was never a

missing clause.

•Additional reporting Matt

Slaughter

Money puts family first

•From page 1

Said Ms Money: “I will

always be passionate about our

community and I will continue

to invest in it and assist where

possible. What this looks like, I

am not quite sure yet, but I will

take some time to consider my

next steps.

“I would also like to pursue

specific community projects that

I am involved in but I haven’t

had the time to do so during this

period.”

She said one of these projects

is trying to get a wheelchair

and pram walkway connecting

Waimairi Beach, North Beach,

New Brighton, Bottle Lake Forest

Park and Southshore.

Ms Money said she has enjoyed

her time on the board and felt

both wards had developed

in her time at the helm. She

said her achievements include

strengthening the relationship

between the board, various

community groups and city

council staff.

“I have given my all to

serving the community, and it

has been an absolute privilege

working with and supporting

the hundreds of passionate

volunteers, community workers,

entities and other elected

members who dedicate their

time and energy to make the

LOVE: Kim Money with Leilani Thompson and Kaia Frew, two

of her five grandchildren.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Coastal-Burwood Ward what it

is today.”

Her biggest disappointment

was what little has been done

to protect Southshore and

South New Brighton residents’

properties from the impact of

rising sea-levels, coastal erosion

and flooding, she said.

“That community should be

allowed to be able to get on with

their lives and be given hope . . .

and it’s just not happening.”

Said Ms Money: “There is still

plenty of work to be done before

the elections.”

Ms Money said she

hopes whoever takes her

place after October’s local

body elections will continue to

fight for the Coastal-Burwood

Ward.

“Whoever puts their hand

up should know the issues

and what is concerning residents

and just continue that good

work in keeping the council

accountable.”

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Christchurch Walking Festival.

Walks will include The

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Dogs’ Day Out in the Zone on

September 29 and Adventure on

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Coastal Pathway on October 13.

Dog treats, activities and stalls

will be at the Dogs’ Day Out,

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Shirley Rd bus stop plan

given nod of approval

• By Matt Slaughter

THE PLAN to upgrade a Shirley

Rd bus stop has been approved.

The Papanui-Innes

Community Board greenlighted

the plan, which will

involve the extension of the

existing bus stop outside Shirley

Intermediate School and the

construction of a new bus

shelter beside it to make room

for two buses at a time.

Innes Ward city councillor

Pauline Cotter said she hopes

the upgrades will be completed

by December.

Pegasus Post reported last

month the board delayed

approving the plan and asked if

more space could be created to

move the bus stop and shelter

back to make the facilities

accessible for wheelchair users

and people with mobility issues.

Board members originally

asked if a Ministry of

Education-owned berm space

outside the school could be

used to create the extra room.

But Cr Cotter said this was no

longer necessary as an extra

50cm of space would be

created using city councilowned

land.

Cr Cotter said the board has

taken about five months to come

up with a plan which satisfied it.

She is pleased it has now been

finalised and said the wait has

been worth it to ensure the

extended bus stop and new

shelter will cater for all bus

users.

“I think that it’s going to

look really good for Shirley to

have that, you know, improved,

more comfortable, more fit-forpurpose

shelter and bus stop

. . . there’s some seating and then

there’s room also for wheelchairs

or pushchairs,” she said.

“We want to really encourage

people to use these buses and

one of the ways to do that

is for council to step up and

address our infrastructure

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GREEN

LIGHT:

The plan

to extend

an existing

bus stop on

Shirley Rd

and construct

a new bus

shelter

beside it will

go ahead.

improvements.”

Environment Canterbury

manager of public transport

strategy, planning and

marketing Edward Wright

said the new stop will help

achieve the goal of ECan’s

regional public transport plan

to increase the frequency of bus

services.

“The Palms is a key suburban

hub on our bus network. The

upgrades to this stop will be

appreciated by the many people

who use it every day. It is the

main stop at The Palms for the

Orange Line travelling towards

the city centre, and the Orbiter

travelling towards Northlands.

The Orbiter and Orange Line

are already high-frequency bus

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Petition for community centre

• By Matt Slaughter

EFFORTS TO get a new

community centre built at 10

Shirley Rd have been renewed.

A petition was launched last

Monday asking the city council

for this to happen as soon as

possible and it has received 80

signatures.

Richmond residents Jennifer

Dalziel and Joanna Gould

banded together with other

concerned residents to start the

petition.

Ms Dalziel believed the

city council was taking too

long to decide if some form of

community centre was going to

be built at the site to replace the

old one, which was demolished

after the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

“Nothing’s ever happened and

there are constant kind of calls

for something to happen,” she

said.

The petition was part of a revitalised

effort to remind the city

council that Shirley residents’

were impatient and frustrated

waiting for development to happen

in the area.

“We’re just watching everybody

else get all of these things

and we’re not getting anything,

she said.”

However, city council head

of community support, governance

and partnerships John Filsell

ACTION WANTED: A petition has been started to renew calls

to build a new community centre at 10 Shirley Rd.

said: “The council has

commissioned a feasibility

study for a community facility

on 10 Shirley Rd. This will be

considered by the Waipapa/

Papanui-Innes Community

Board, a date for this is currently

being agreed. The next step

depends on the outcome of the

board consideration.’’

Mrs Gould said the petition

outlined that some form of

community centre would be

better than nothing, but she ideally

wanted to see a new library

built at the 10 Shirley Rd site,

which would include space for a

community centre and replace

Shirley Library.

“Community centres are

closed groups and it’s an old

kind of model, whereas libraries

and learning spaces are the new

model for community centres

and because they’re more inclusive

they capture a wider range

of people.”

Said Mr Filsell: “The feasibility

study has not considered a

library development on 10

Shirley Rd within its agreed

scope.”

Water strategy

feedback

delivered to council

• By Matt Slaughter

THE COASTAL-Burwood

Community Board has submitted

its response to the city council’s

draft integrated water strategy.

The strategy sets guidelines

and goals for the city council’s

management of drinking water,

wastewater and stormwater, as

well as surface water, groundwater

and flood management.

Board member Linda

Stewart said she feels

the draft is confusing

and ambiguous, not

providing enough

specific examples of how

water-related threats

affecting the Coastal-

Burwood Ward will be

addressed.

Ms Stewart said these

threats include potential

sea level rise and flooding.

She said for the Coastal-

Burwood Ward, the strategy:

“Doesn’t acknowledge earthquake-related

damage. And so,

that’s one of the biggest issues we

have in both wards.”

The board agreed in its submission,

words like “place-making”

Linda Stewart

and “touchstone” used in the

strategy are confusing for the

community and should be simplified.

“When they do council speak,

we actually wonder what the

heck they’re talking about,” said

Ms Stewart.”

But not everyone on the board

was critical of the draft. Said

member Tim Baker: “I have

faith in the [city council] staff,

a genuine faith in them that

they know what they’re

doing.”

Said city council head

of three waters and

waste Helen Beaumont:

“[A] hearings panel met

yesterday [last Monday]

and will meet again later

this week [last week] to

consider all submissions

received. No decisions have been

made, but any decisions and

changes to the strategy will be

published in a hearings panel

report (and related attachments)

that will go before a future

council meeting. The report

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The 17-year-old,

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Getting protein through a science-based diet

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Orange kumara and

haloumi fritters

Serves 4

Ingredients

1.2kg orange kumara, peeled and

coarsely grated

320g haloumi, coarsely grated

2 tsp ground cumin

Light olive oil spray for cooking

2 cloves garlic, crushed

4 spring onions, white part thinly

sliced into rounds, green part

thinly sliced diagonally

120g baby spinach leaves

Avocado dressing:

80g medium-sized avocado

⅓ cup (80ml) white wine vinegar

or apple cider vinegar

½ tsp dijon mustard

Directions

To make the avocado dressing,

blend all the ingredients in a jug

with a hand-held blender until

smooth. Season with black pepper

and set aside.

Heat a large non-stick frying

pan over low-medium heat.

Combine the kumara, haloumi

and cumin in a bowl and season

with freshly ground black pepper.

Lightly spray the pan with

olive oil and drop in firmly

packed cup measures of the

kumara mixture, pressing down

to form 8cm circles. Depending

on the size of your pan, you will

probably need to do this in two

batches of four.

Cook for 5min each side

or until golden and cooked

through. Remove and cover to

keep warm. Lightly spray the pan

with a little more oil and increase

the heat to high.

Add the garlic, white part

of the spring onion, spinach

and 60ml water. Cook, tossing

constantly, for 2min or until the

spinach has just wilted. Remove

the pan from the heat and season

with black pepper.

Serve two kumara fritters per

person, layered with the spinach

mixture. Spoon over the dressing

and sprinkle with the green

spring onion.

Roast herb chicken and

vegetables

Serves 4 with leftovers

Ingredients

½ cup finely chopped flat-leaf

parsley

2 Tbsp finely chopped rosemary

1 Tbsp mixed dried herbs

6 cloves garlic, crushed

¼ cup (60ml) olive oil

¼ cup (60ml) red wine vinegar

1.8kg lean chicken tenderloins

1 head cauliflower, cut into florets

7 carrots, sliced into rounds

7 zucchini, thickly sliced into

rounds

750g button mushrooms

Light olive oil spray for cooking

1 cup (250ml) salt-reduced

chicken stock

Lemon wedges and flat-leaf parsley

leaves, to serve

Ingredients

Heat the oven to 200 deg C (or

180 deg C fan-forced).

Combine the parsley, rosemary,

dried herbs, garlic, olive

oil, vinegar and chicken in a

large bowl. Season generously

with freshly ground black pepper

and toss well to coat the chicken.

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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

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This group offers assistance

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JP Clinic at Shirley

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Tuesday, 10am-1pm

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Tuesday, 10am

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fee. Those interested

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Parklands Community

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Wednesday, 1-2pm, and

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Our Ocean, an exhibition by Gary Easterbrook, will be held at New Brighton

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musician and surfer who lives near Waimairi Beach. Go along and enjoy a small

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cup of tea or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre

Rocket Club

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Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

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CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

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New Brighton Library

Technology Help Dropin

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Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

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Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

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Saturday, 10am-2pm

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face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

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Golden Oldies Movie

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Monday, 1.30pm

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Marshland Table Tennis

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